Stakes have been reorganized in Argentina, England, Ghana, Guatemala, the Philippines, Switzerland and Venezuela, and in Alaska, California, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey and Washington.
EL DORADO CALIFORNIA STAKE: (May 18, 2003) President Paul H. Watkins, 46, area director for Church Educational System; succeeding Melvin D. Knott; wife, Dena Keddington Watkins. Counselors Randy M. Andrus, 46, attorney; wife, Cynthia Wengert Andrus. Kirk E. Norman, 49, president of Pos Resources; wife, Vickie Lynn Petersen Norman.
HUDDERSFIELD ENGLAND STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Jeffrey Ian Day, 45, insurance broker; succeeding John Philip Scott; wife, Lynn Margaret Sutton Day. Counselors David Philip Brown, 52, fraud authentication representative for First Direct; wife, Joyce Christine Makings Brown. John Andrew Platt, 43, sales engineer for PPM Ltd.; wife, Annette Dufton Platt.
LAS VEGAS NEVADA CENTRAL STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Scott James Seastrand, 45, owner of Newmark Development; succeeding Paul M. Thompson; wife, Lora Swainston Seastrand. Counselors Karl Martin Brunner, 47, director for Deloitte and Touche; wife, Marrae Allen Brunner. Keith Fuller Jarvis, 48, vice president and senior loan officer for BankWest of Nevada; wife, Channa Le Bredsguard Jarvis.
MAR DEL PLATA ARGENTINA NORTH STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Juan Luis Joglar, 40, for consultant for Dorados Pages; succeeding Eduardo Bautista Ferrari; wife, Rosana del Carmen Di Felice de Joglar. Counselors Pedro Etchebest, 52, self-employed business consultant; wife, Victoria Mercedes Miglietta de Etchebest. Ramon Manuel Velasco, 40, electrician; wife, Ana Noemi Gorosito de Velasco.
ORLANDO FLORIDA SOUTH STAKE: (April 20, 2003) President David T. Halversen, 58, group president, Latin America & Beauti Control Division of Tupperware Corp.; succeeding W. Blake Sonne; wife, Lana Kay Stephens Halversen. Counselors Rulon D. Munns, 53, managing partner and attorney for Bogin, Munns & Munns; wife, Jacquelin K. Hodges Munns. David S. Wood, 49, attorney for Baker & Hostetler; wife, Sherrie Lee Martin Wood.
MENDOZA ARGENTINA STAKE: (April 13, 2003) President Jose Manuel Ojeda, 58, clerk for Mendoza Basketball Association; succeeding Carlos Oscar Bonada; wife, Feliza Amalia Mereles de Ojeda. Counselors Mario Fabian Bustos, 35, salesman for Arcor Distributors; wife, Liliana Sandra Fernandez de Bustos. Ramon Walter Ramirez, 36, rancher; wife, Gladys Ester Ippditi de Ramirez.
SAN PABLO PHILIPPINES STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Fernando R. Fabrios, 39, businessman and contractor; succeeding Avelino Bernas Baliwas; wife, Myra Cierte Tuazon Fabros. Counselors Aretemio C. Maligon, 39, retained. Teodoro Briones Guerra, 49, manager of Celestial Motors; wife, Julieta Dionio Cababat Guerra.
SCOTCH PLAINS NEW JERSEY: (May 4, 2003) President Curtis F. Carmack, 43, consultant for Reuters, Axiom; succeeding A. Kim Smith; wife, Melanie Maurine Zabriskie Carmack. Counselors Lynn E. Busath, 50, counselor and associate of Davis Polk & Wardwell; wife, VerJean Pierce Busath. H. Fabian Arcos, 37, tool maker for M&B Company; wife, Vilma Barralaga Arcos.
SOLDOTNA ALASKA STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Larry Douglas Ellis, 51, owner of C&M Muffler; succeeding A. Kearlee Wright; wife, Karen Calderwood Ellis. Counselors Randall Dons Eberline, 53, contractor; wife, Robin Rae Bradshaw Eberline. Matthew Lesh Tanner, 32, process engineer for Tesoro; wife, Elizabeth Deanne Prince Tanner.
TACOMA WASHINGTON SOUTH STAKE: (March 2, 2003) President Robert M. Call, 52, real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Hawkins; succeeding Richard W. Wells; wife, Heather Anne Bailey Rushton Call. Counselors Timothy L. Parker, 56, subcontractor for Boeing Co.; wife, Sherry Cheney Parker. Ronald L. Williams, 47, attorney for Pierce County Prosecutor's office; wife, Kathryn Talbot Williams.
TAKORADI GHANA STAKE: (March 9, 2003) President Freebody Acquah Mensah, 54, managing director for Faecon Ltd.; succeeding Kenneth K. Andam; wife, Esther Myra Arkoreful Mensah. Counselors Matthew Thomas Ben Davis, 49, biochemist for West African Mills Co. LTD; wife, Susie Rose Slippe Davis. Clement Asante-Asare, 61, chief executive officer for Class Dist. Network; wife, Agnes Vera Arthur Asante-Asare.
VALENCIA VENEZUELA LOS SAUCES STAKE: (April 20, 2003) President Omar Argenis Alvarez M., 49, regional manager for Genealogy Society of Utah; succeeding Teodoro Hoffmann Ilica; wife, Nexa Marina Compos F. de Alvarez. Counselors Cesar Augusto Rodriguez B., 37, sales manager for Panamco-UZLA; wife, Maria Nelly Sevilla G. de Rodriguez. Luis Miguel Rosas F., 45, manager for Crown Group of Venezuela; wife, Graciela Josefina Jimenez S. de Rosas.
WATFORD ENGLAND STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Neal Verman, 39, coordinator for Church Educational System; succeeding Andrew Roderick Hill; wife, Ruth Elaine Ashmead Verman. Counselors Roberto Milton Fu, 38, manager and director of Central Cash & Carry; wife, Susan Caroline Pallett Fu. Austin John Levens, 49, self-employed taxi driver; wife, Rosemary Anne Balfour Levens.
ZACAPA GUATEMALA STAKE: (March 30, 2003) President Boris Andrei Cordon O., 31, manager for Textiles del Sol; succeeding Arnulfo Franco Martinez; wife, Alejandra Garcia-Salas de Cordon. Counselors Carlos Humberto Vasquez P., 47, accountant; wife, Rubenia Elizabeth Rodas Vasquez. Sergio Alejandro Avila, 37, computer technician for Compu Intel; wife, Gilda Lizbeth Flores E. de Avila.
ZURICH SWITZERLAND STAKE: (May 4, 2003) President Christian Bolt, 53, electrical engineer; succeeding Robert Koch; wife, Kathanna Gremminger Bolt. Counselors Matthias A. Weidmann, retained. Curdin Conrad, 38, attorney; wife, Krystyna Suzanne Radzik Conrad.